What an awesome engagement session! Jennifer and Jordan wanted to do their photo shoot at a place that is near and dear to their heart, so we drove out to Yucaipa to a beautiful, sunny apple farm that boasts (of course) acres of apple trees, a duck pond, impressive Sequoia trees and could not have been a more perfect backdrop! We had a great time playing around with our cool fisheye lens, remote flashes, sun flares, and interesting angles and perspectives. In fact, we were having so much fun with these two, we didn’t want the afternoon to end, and we all lingered over a delicious BBQ dinner right there on the property. We are really looking forward to Jennifer & Jordan’s autumn wedding, and we invite you to check back to see their wedding photos toward the end of October!
Sunday, August 16, 2009
We had a blast with Suzy & Matt in Rancho Palos Verdes! They are such a fun couple and it seems we laughed together the whole time. Splitting their time right now between Southern California and Washington, DC, they are looking forward to their wedding in December to begin a new chapter together! We are looking forward to their wedding too, as we know it will be a glorious affair! Check back on this blog at year-end for some more great pictures of Suzy & Matt as husband and wife!
Posted by Gene and Linda at 12:50 PM
Sunday, August 9, 2009
For a few hours yesterday, we were transported into the wonderful dreamland of Vicky & David's Cinderella wedding. Vicky truly was a fairy princess, arriving by a horse-drawn coach for the beautiful ceremony in the Disney Rose Garden. The reception was an awesome party, with Ryan and Brad from Invisible Touch Events expertly spinning the upbeat dance tunes. Toward the end of the evening, Ryan led the bridal party and guests in a hilarious "Thriller" dance lesson. It looked like so much fun, for a moment we considered laying down our cameras and joining the group! What a wonderful wedding it was. We wish Vicky & David all the best as they begin their happily-ever-after as husband and wife!
Posted by Gene and Linda at 4:22 PM